Automotive Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Test

EMC Tests for Automotive

Automotive EMC testing is the process of measuring the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of a car and its components. Each part, from car radios to motors, needs to be tested to see how the electromagnetic fields interact and to determine if any part generates electromagnetic interference (EMI). EMC tests are now becoming more important as automotive RF design becomes more complex and manufacturers integrate 4G, WiFi and Bluetooth technology into their cars. Emerging markets, such as electric and automatic cars, contribute to this complexity in design. When a dashboard communicates with control systems and each other, RF noise and emissions are full of active ingredients that generate potential EMI sources. EMC compliance,

Basic EMC Tests in Automotive

For cars, EMC testing is essential for both EMI immunity and EMI emission levels; they are divided into four different types:

  • Emitted emissions (RE),
  • Emissions performed (CE),
  • Radiated Immunity (RI)
  • Conducted immunity (CI) tests.

Ege Test Center and Automotive applications

The Egetest Center expert teams use the most successful EMC testing equipment in automotive testing. This enables us to perform RF emission measurements without affecting the ambient signals and to provide the environment that meets your needs. Thanks to our experience and knowledge in Otomotov tests, we are with you in every process. For detailed information and communication, you can mail to or you can reach us by filling in the form at .